Leaked memos show no love lost.
The international community is underperforming.
Maybe Moscow should just buy the Mediterranean isle.
The Italian election damages the credibility of the Chancellor's euro-crisis strategy.
A new investigation of the famous orchestra highlights Austria's avoidance of its own past.
The September elections are now more open.
Yes, the Soviets really were that bad.
A plot to kill Poland's leadership shocks a nation with no history of terrorism.
Germany appears to be testing the waters of international security—though on its own terms.
Germany is no longer Europe’s most troublesome player. It’s now an indispensable nation. The power of this transformation is personified by Chancellor Angela Merkel and her delicate political and diplomatic balancing act.
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